THE husband of a woman, who was killed in a car crash on Saturday night, has praised his wife and her devotion to their six adopted children.
Son Luke, 18, and daughter Jacinta, 12, were in the Toyota Kluger, and suffered minor harm and were treated on-site before being taken to hospital for observation.
Mrs Churcher's husband Syd said police had indicated to him the tree strike and subsequent rollover was likely to have been caused by a medical issue.
"The car was in perfect condition and she was a very careful driver," he said on Sunday.
Mr Churcher wants to find the details of a girl, a similar age to Jacinta, who helped his daughter, so he can thank her personally.
Mrs Churcher used a wheelchair and had various health difficulties, including diabetes.
"I've been married to Sue for 40 years and she was just a wonderful person," Mr Churcher said.
"She was a preschool teacher (at Howlong for 18 years and West Albury) and she retired from that to care for foster children and then adopted six children and was always there for them.
"She was a wonderful wife and she will be very much missed by everyone."
In August they moved to Burrumbuttock from Albury.
"She loved sitting out here in the sun and watching the birds and we were looking forward to seeing our days out here," Mr Churcher said.
Mrs Churcher had been driving her children home from dance classes in Albury.
All her youngsters, aged 22 to 12, have been involved in dancing on the Border.
Murray Youth Performing Arts director Libby Ellis, whose Albury school is attended by Luke and Jacinta, paid tribute to Mrs Churcher.
"She was an amazing woman, a very strong woman who just lived for her kids and did anything for them," Mrs Ellis said.
"She was a very valued member of the dancing community and the Murray Youth family and will be very much missed."
Fellow dance mother Michelle Michael, who had known Mrs Churcher for more than a decade, also praised her selflessness.
"She'd do anything for those kids, absolutely anything, she's the most beautiful person," Mrs Michael said.
The crash occurred between Nation Road, nine kilometres north of Jindera, and just south of Burrumbuttock.
NSW Ambulance Acting Inspector Matthew Simpson said his crews received the emergency call shortly before 6pm Saturday.
"The 60 year old woman was trapped by confinement and tragically died at the scene," Mr Simpson said
"The 18 year-old male was self-ejected from the vehicle with the assistance of bystanders.
"We also treated a 12 year-old female.
"They both suffered minor injuries."
The State Emergency Service, Albury and Border Rescue and rural firefighters also attended the crash site.
A coroner will investigate Mrs Churcher's death.